AbstractThe stability of nearshore/offshore structures will be affected by wave loads. The deformation, softening and liquefaction of the seabed under the action of cyclic wave will result in loss of the self-bearing capacity, which endangers the safety of the structure. In this study, based on the open-sourced discretization method software Yade, the numerical model is established by coupling discrete element method (DEM) and porescale finite volume method (PFV). The dynamic response of porous seabed under wave is analyzed.
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